On June 21, 2014, The Board of Governors of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers elected Patrick E. Deady a Fellow. Election as a Fellow by the College is the highest recognition by one’s colleagues of sustained outstanding performance in the profession, exemplifying integrity, dedication and excellence. It is bestowed by […]
Patrick E. Deady Appointed Independent Counsel For Limited Partnership In A Partnership Derivative Action Challenging the Action of the General Partner
On June 6, 2014, Patrick E. Deady was appointed independent counsel for Stanley’s Restaurant, L.P. in the case of Kevin Dowdle, et al. v. Meet & Potatoes, et al., 12 CH 17994, a derivative action brought by one limited partner against the general partner, the shareholders of the general partner and a […]
On May 21, 2014, Patrick E. Deady and River Forest Township Supervisor Carla B. Sloan made presentations at the Township Officials of Cook County Spring Conference in Countryside, Illinois discussing River Forest Township’s successful opposition to HB 4425, a legislative proposal that sought the elimination of the Township. Mr. Deady discussed the […]
Patrick E. Deady Hired To Represent Regional Transportation Authority In Connection With Investigation by the Illinois Office of Executive Inspector General
In April, 2014, Patrick E. Deady was hired by the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) to represent the RTA, RTA Board members and certain senior staff in connection with an investigation of the RTA by the Illinois Office of Executive Inspector General.
Patrick E. Deady Discusses NLRB Regional Director’s Decision Directing a Union Election for Northwestern University Football Players On Chicago Public Radio
On March 27, 2014, Patrick E. Deady was a guest on WBEZ’s Afternoon Shift to discuss the decision by NLRB Chicago Regional Director Peter Sung Ohr finding Northwestern University scholarship football players employees under the National Labor Relations Act and directing a union election. To hear Mr. Deady’s interview click here.
On November 8, 2013, Patrick E. Deady will be one of three panelists discussing the legal, ethical and practical issues confronting counsel coordinating criminal, civil and insurance claims associated with employee crime in the workplace, as part of the ABA 7th Annual Labor and Employment Section Conference being held in […]
Hogan Marren Attorneys Obtain Specific Performance in Chicago Electric Car Charging Station Network Dispute
On September 24, 2013, the Honorable Elaine Bucklo granted partial summary judgment to Hogan Marren’s client, JNS Power & Control, Inc., ordering the client’s competitors to specifically perform under an asset purchase agreement designed to transfer 219 electric vehicle charging stations which were part of a $1.9 million U.S. Department […]
Listen to HIPAA Bytes, a series of short podcasts created by Sheila Sokolowski to address specific issues raised by HIPAA/HITECH, including the privacy and security, breach notification rules and practical guidance for compliance. The first two podcasts in the series are: Risk Assessment Under the Breach Notification Rule Protection and Disclosure […]
On Thursday, August 16, 2012, Pat Deady appeared on WBEZ’s Afternoon Shift to comment on the defense’s request and subsequent withdrawal for mistrial in the high profile Drew Peterson case currently being tried in Will County. Listen here.
Hogan Marren Attorneys Certify A Class Action Lawsuit of 1,150 MWRD Employees Challenging The MWRD’s Illegal Elimination of $38 Million In Deferred Compensation
On August 8, 2012, Cook County Circuit Court Judge Richard J. Billik, Jr. certified a class action on behalf of all 1,150 non-union employees of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (“MWRD”), a case first brought by twenty-seven employees to restore these employees’ contractual rights to deferred compensation […]